Player of the Year
Kristen WaeberMiddletown, Senior, Forward
Waeber was the wheel-greaser for the Middletown state champions, scoring 31 points and grabbing 11 rebounds in the final to give the Knights their first crown in more than a decade. She averaged 19 points and 10 rebounds this year.
Coach of the Year
Middletown, 3rd Year
In his third year as head coach for Middletown, Miskell finally reached the mountaintop, guiding the Knights to a state Class 2A championship with a 57-51 win over Milford Mill Academy. Middletown’s hardware came after a 26-1 season, putting Miskell at 67-9 for his career.
Meredith TolleyUrbana, Junior, Guard/Forward
Already the career points leader at Urbana, Tolley averaged 23.2 points and 10.1 rebounds this season in leading the Hawks to the state tournament.
Catherine MillsUrbana, Senior, Guard
The glue that held together the Hawks on their run to the state tournament, Mills—17.5 points, 7.2 rebounds, 4.3 assists per game—may be the most-missed graduating player for Urbana come next winter.
Kate RobinsonCatoctin, Senior, Forward
Robinson averaged a double-double for the Cougars (12.2 points, 10 rebounds) and scored the team’s first points in each playoff game from the region championship on.
Holly HavensteinLinganore, Sophomore, Center
Havenstein has developed into one of the most dominant post players in the area, and at 6 feet, 2 inches, has the potential to be unguardable in the paint over the next two seasons.
Sami KozlowskiLinganore, Junior, Guard
Linganore will rely on Kozlowski next year to improve on her already impressive statistics. This season she averaged 14.8 points, 6.2 assists and four steals as the Lancers took another step toward states.
Connie ReginaldiNew Life, Senior, Guard
Named the Mason-Dixon Christian Conference player of the year for the second time, Reginaldi averaged more than 27 points per game in leading the Rams to a MDCC title.
Amanda KinnaMiddletown, Senior, Forward
“Having her back this year made all the difference,“ said Coach Miskell, singling out a player who averaged 10 points, 3.5 boards and was one of Middletown’s top defenders after returning from a knee injury.
Bri SimpsonLinganore, Senior, Forward
‘‘She was something special,” Coach Brian Mathews said of Simpson, who earned the praise with 18 points, 10.8 rebounds and four steals per contest.
Nia JosiahThomas Johnson, Senior, Forward
Last year’s co-Player of the Year, Josiah had to do it all for the Patriots, who lost Kem Wilson mid-season. She will continue her basketball career this winter with Georgia Tech.
Thomas Johnson, Junior, Forward
Becky CuddaheeCatoctin, Senior, Guard
Mary MattsonUrbana, Senior, Guard
Alyssa GeislerGlenelg, Junior, Center
April SparkmanWalkersville, Junior, Guard
Jill HolianMiddletown, Senior, Guard
Ashley MetalCatoctin, Junior, Forward
Whitney BoyerMiddletown, Senior, Guard
Erin BrennanTuscarora, Junior, Forward
Monie CuddaheeCatoctin, Senior, Guard
Jennifer MaggiWalkersville, Sophomore, Forward
Megan SeemanLinganore, Junior, Guard
MSD: Adonica Harris
Catoctin: Casey Gladhill
Brunswick: Daniak Maught, Brianne Walters, Rebekah McCallum
Century: Jen Steadman, Dana Reeser
Glenelg: Katie Biggs, Lauren Maxson
South Carroll: Kelsey Franklin
SJPH: Ashley Traylor, Heidi Mothershead, Elise Boyle
Linganore: Courtney Ginsburg
Urbana: Hannah McBee
Walkersville: Samantha Shanuel
Liberty: Jackie Karr, Alex Mercer
Frederick: Brittany Naylor, Sherae Jones
Middletown: Ellie Vandegrift, Kara Jesse